Join Kirsten LaCroix (@PRNRI) and Donna Braun (@PRNofRI), from the Center for Leadership and Educational Equity’s (@leadforequity) Principal Residency Network/Learning Leader Network, as we engage in dialogue on the importance of building and supporting leadership development in Rhode Island. The best way to ensure any school improvements are sustainable is to build the capacity of all educators in schools to work as leaders. A commitment to leadership throughout a school is a key force to ensuring high and equitable student learning for All RI students.
Sunday’s #edchatri will provide us with the opportunity to engage in discourse about the best ways to empower leadership at all levels of the school, from building the capacity of teachers to facilitate learning communities, to supporting novice and experienced principals to stay the course and make urgent and sustainable changes that serve all our RI students. We will discuss the many ways that facilitative leadership practices create the culture and conditions to increase efficacy of a school community. Specifically, we will share resources and collective knowledge on key practices, such as creating a learning community that can give and receive feedback that is critical to their practice, and urgent to the learners that they serve.
Don Miller -